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In disagreement with Theodor Lipps's psychologism, some of his students in Munich joined with some of Husserl's from Göttingen to form a new branch called Phenomenology of essences, or Munich phenomenology. Taking new directions from Logische Untersuchungen and supported by Edmund Husserl, they proposed a return to intuition.

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